Former Red Sox pitcher and 1967 Cy Young winner Jim Longborg tees off at the 2018 Sunrise to Sunset golf tournament. The fourth annual tournament to benefit cancer research is scheduled for Aug. 21. (Photo by Bryce Vickmark)

BOLTON, Mass. – The fourth annual Sunrise to Sunset Jimmy Fund Golf Tournament to benefit cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute will take place on Wednesday, August 21 at The International Golf Club & Resort in Bolton, Mass. Golfers can sign up for this 36-hole fundraiser as individuals or with a group. Players have the choice to play a scramble or their own ball on The International’s two premier courses, The Oaks and The Pines. Red Sox Legend and 1967 Cy Young Award Winner Jim Lonborg will serve as the celebrity host and play in this year’s tournament.

“The Sunrise to Sunset Jimmy Fund Golf Tournament is a great way for golfers to support Dana-Farber with a sport they love,” said Lonborg. “The International has two of the finest golf courses in the region and I hope you’ll join us on August 21. I enjoy the opportunity to play in this unique 36-hole format across two courses alongside other passionate Jimmy Fund supporters.”

All golfers agree to raise a minimum of $1,100, including a $100 registration fee, and will play with one shared mission – supporting the lifesaving work at Dana-Farber. Top fundraisers and golfers are eligible to receive great prizes including golfing events and other unique experiences. The Sunrise to Sunset Jimmy Fund Golf Tournament is also a great place for sponsors to showcase their brand. To become a sponsor, sign up, or for more information, visit:

About Jimmy Fund Golf

Jimmy Fund Golf presented by Mohegan Sun is the oldest and largest charity golf programs in the country. Now in its 37th year, Jimmy Fund Golf has raised more than $130 million to support adult and pediatric cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. From traditional golf tournaments and mini golf fundraisers to day-long golf marathons and country club member events, golfers of all ages and skill levels can conquer cancer through Jimmy Fund Golf. To learn more about Jimmy Fund Golf, visit or call (866) 521-4653.

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